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1. Engender

  • Published: 2014-12-24T09:40:42+00:00
  • Duration: 820
  • By Edward Wright

A short documentary that looks at drag queens as emblems of queer visibility, and drag culture as an inherently progressive force. ENGENDER draws back the curtain on the world of drag queens and their transgressive potential. It follows Chaka Corn, a newer queen and winner of Trannyshack’s Star Search, while gaining insight from Peaches Christ and Honey Mahogany, two staples of the San Francisco drag community. They expose the struggles and triumphs unique to drag, and we see Chaka preparing for the final performance of her reign. The film seeks to introduce viewers to a culture that’s often misunderstood, contextualizing today’s queens as the inheritors of a long, rich history, and also as trailblazers for drag’s future.

2. 'CEDAW' – Engender

  • Published: 2012-01-20T13:23:28+00:00
  • Duration: 130
  • By media co-op
'CEDAW' – Engender

An animated infographic to promotes and explain (a little bit) about the UN Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination Against Women, CEDAW. "Funky, very good creativity & technically, very much what we were looking for," said Engender. "The UN are chuffed to bits. I’d recommend media co-op to anyone who needs anything difficult made funny"

3. Engender Technologies New Zealand

4. engender

  • Published: 2016-10-18T09:21:39+00:00
  • Duration: 1221
  • By beturbio

"This proliferation of material has nothing to do with an evolution[...]. It is on the contrary an involution, in which form is constantly being dissolved, freeing times and speeds. It is a fixed plane, a fixed sound plane, or visual plane, or writing plane, etc. here, fixed does not mean immobile: it is the absolute state of movement as well as of rest, from which all relative speeds or slowenesses spring, and nothing but them" Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari “ The eternal return cannot be understood, as (Arthur) Danto reads it, as a doctrine of the repetition of all things, acts and identities. It is not being, matter, things that return: rather, it is returning that is the being (i.e., the becoming) of things and of matter in its particular configurations, including those constituting life.” Elizabeth Grosz This piece was composed for the Exhibition 'Hoy es un dia cualquiera de mediados de 2030' that took place from 8 june 2016 to 19 june 2016 at several locations in Madrid. As the proposal of the exhibition was to anticipate what changes could be at 2030; this composition dwells into the contradictions of the Nationalities. Live at Café La Palma, Madrid, Spain. 17/06/2016

5. Peter William Holden Presents [AutoGene]

  • Published: 2009-02-03T11:48:50+00:00
  • Duration: 245
  • By 686f6c64656e
Peter William Holden Presents [AutoGene]

Dimensions; 450 x 450 x 80 cm. Materials; umbrellas, Computers, Compressed Air Components. Giving a first impression of a simple commodity sculpture, “AutoGene” lures the viewer into a false sense of security, which is then, at the flick of a switch, rapidly dispelled. The seemingly mundane umbrellas are transformed into magical, kinetic objects. The circular arrangement combined with the striking contrast produced as the umbrellas expand and contract engender the formation of abstract ephemeral patterns, which are seemingly governed by the accompanying music. The viewer is obliged to re-evaluate the sculpture, inviting comparisons with dance and animation as the mechanical pixels complete their choreographed movement through time and space.

6. The Levi Effect

The Levi Effect

The Levi Effect is the story of professional cyclist Levi Leipheimer who left behind the mountains of Butte, Montana for a life of cramped hotels, endless traveling, and shovelfuls of pasta across two continents. Many talented young athletes do the very same, but few can make a home for themselves amongst the agonizing competition of a grueling sport. After years of struggling against the world’s top athletes, Levi finally earned a spot in their ranks. Now, at the apex of his career, he finds himself in a place that he’d never considered: Levi's GranFondo, his greatest legacy, is intersecting with one of the darkest eras of the sport and his inevitable journey through it. In the end, Levi’s unlikely impact on the lives of those around him; the community he unwittingly created, begins to eclipse the headlines of his racing career. No single accomplishment will ever hold a candle to the changes we engender in the world around us.

7. El Octavo Día, la creación

El Octavo Día, la creación

EL OCTAVO DÍA, LA CREACIÓN THE EIGHTH DAY, THE CREATION Synopsis : At the end of the eighth day the Creator has taken refuge in a dark dungeon . Obsessed with transcending he manipulates life to the extreme and tries to engender the perfect being that will immortalize him. Animación/ Animation/color/35mm/15 min./México/2000 Dirección/ Direction : Juan J. Medina y Rita Basulto Guión/Script : Juan J. Medina Animación/Animation : Juan J. Medina y Rita Basulto Fotografía/Director of Photography : Sergio Ulloa Música/Music :Farhid Martines y Efraín Reyes Sonido/Sound : Farhid Martines, Carlos Aguilar y Efraín Reyes Edición/Edition : Miguel González Navarro Diseño de sonido/Sound design : Farhid Martines y Carlos Aguilar Producción/ Production : J.J.M.D.,CONACULTA-IMCINE, UdeG, FONCA

8. Involuntary Pleasures

  • Published: 2015-06-25T09:32:38+00:00
  • Duration: 152
  • By Ted Wiles
Involuntary Pleasures

A series of electronic products which require physical interaction from the user to engage with them; these physical interactions create chemical changes within the user’s brain which engender feelings of delight and happiness.

9. Leadership and trust with Simon Sinek

  • Published: 2014-02-03T22:02:14+00:00
  • Duration: 2016
  • By
Leadership and trust with Simon Sinek

Simon Sinek is back with Leaders Eat Last, the followup to the massively successful Start With Why. Spend 33 minutes with Sinek and learn all about how leaders engender trust. Highlights include: 1.30 The challenges of writing a sophomore book (and why it took 4x longer than its predecessor) 5.15 Why Leaders Eat Last required more research than Start With Why 7.20 Let's talk about the drugs... 8.56 What do the best organizations (the ones with longevity, the ones that out-innovate and outperform) all have in common? 9.56 Where mistrust in the workplace stems from 10.58 Endorphins, Dopamine, Serotonin, Oxytocin. What do they do to us? 16.54 Selfless chemicals vs selfish chemicals 17.36 How trust and cooperation are established 19.50 Machines (people) should be operated only under the right conditions (work environment) 20.18 The definition of leadership 21.06 The fox hole test (aka the trust metaphor) 24.15 Exclusive! (A story not in the book) 25.55 Who comprise the best teams 26.48 Simon on working remotely 32.13 Parting words from Simon

10. All.I.Can. Teaser 3

All.I.Can. Teaser 3

Thank you everyone for your kind and generous words. All.I.Can is now available for download on iTunes in HD! As well as DVD and Blu-ray (please help support the filmmakers and order from See All.I.Can Official Teaser --> See All.I.Can Teaser 2 --> More press reviews: - "Ski film of the Decade." - Mountain Life Magazine - "Reaches beyond the breathtaking shots for something more" - the Globe and Mail: - "Unites us all, young and old, to acknowledge hypocrisies and negativity and to engender positive change." Powder Magazine:​nl0JiT - "A new benchmark in ski movie cinematography" - Ski Star Movies:​review/​all-i-can - "One for the permanent collection" - ESPN:​pPxkbQ All.I.Can Awards: "MOVIE OF THE YEAR" - Powder Video Awards 2012 "BEST FILM" - X-Dance Film Festival, SLC 2012 "BEST PICTURE" - International Freeride Film Festival, France 2011 "BEST FEATURE-LENGTH MOUNTAIN FILM" - Banff Mountain Film Festival 2011 "BEST FILM OF THE YEAR" - Adventure Film Festival, Copenhagen 2011 "PEOPLES CHOICE" and "BEST SKI FILM" - Fernie Film Festival, BC 2011 "BEST SKI FILM" - Adventure Film Festival, Boulder 2011 "2012 CINEMATOGRAPHY AWARD" - Mountain Film Festival, Telluride CO "BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY" - ESPN Fan Favorites 2011 "BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY" - International Freeride Film Festival, France 2011 "BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY" - X-Dance Film Festival, SLC 2012 "BEST DOCUMENTARY" - IF3 Film Festival Montreal 2011 "MOST INNOVATIVE VISUAL FX" - IF3 Film Festival Montreal 2011 "AMBASSADOR OF GREEN" - X-Dance Film Festival, SLC 2012 "FULL THROTTLE AWARD" - Kye Petersen, Powder Video Awards 2012 "BEST NATURAL AIR" - Kye Petersen, Powder Video Awards 2012 "BEST POV" - JP Auclair, Powder Video Awards 2012 "BEST EDITING" - Powder Video Awards 2012 Teaser 3 Music: Blood Theme, off Skywriter, by Data. Thanks for joining us. We are overwhelmed by your support. We love you...Planet Earth.

11. Engendering Justice: Women, Prisons and Change

  • Published: 2009-09-21T18:50:41+00:00
  • Duration: 1085
  • By BCRW Videos
Engendering Justice: Women, Prisons and Change

The rate of imprisonment in the United States has been rising at exponential rates. In the last two decades alone, the population of incarcerated women has increased by 400 percent. At the heart of these numbers we find not only a certain philosophy of crime and punishment, but also complex and largely unexamined attitudes toward those we imprison. On April 8, 2006, building on an ongoing conversation that the Barnard Center for Research on Women has facilitated through its Women Seeking Justice lecture series, we hosted a daylong conference to investigate the causes and consequences of women's imprisonment both domestically and abroad. Rebecca Haimowitz weaves segments of this conference and post-conference interviews in this important film that considers the ways in which incarceration is ultimately and inextricably linked to such issues as race, class, education, national identity, and gender conformity. This video is included in issue 5.3 of our webjournal S&F Online ( ), "Women Prisons and Change."

12. Breathe Free

  • Published: 2017-06-13T12:16:01+00:00
  • Duration: 3102
  • By Doug Swift
Breathe Free

Breathe Free documents the stories of six refugees currently living in central Ohio, and an art exhibit that seeks to engender understanding, empathy and compassion for the plight of all refugees. Intimate and meditative, the film ultimately reveals how the refugee experience is quintessentially American.



Mémoire Universelle is an experimental book project functioning as a subjective encyclopedia, based on a reflexion around freedom, obsession, timelessness and rarity. For this third issue, the belgian sound and visual artist Stéphanie Croibien collaborated with the performer Camille Lancelin to enhance in her film the intense literary and imaginary content of Mémoire Universelle's last opus. Stéphanie Croibien creates a dialogue and confronts her own images to the large corpus of Memoire Universelle's content. Her work experiments with sound textures, visual associations and the materiality of the image, a search that tends to engender a new reality with a singular rhythm and language. VIDEO & SOUND Stéphanie Croibien BOOK CONCEPT Benoît Béthume

14. Have You Seen George?

  • Published: 2018-03-28T08:01:11+00:00
  • Duration: 210
  • By Seeyoumay
Have You Seen George?

HAVE YOU SEEN GEORGE? This short film is inspired by real, frequent encounters experienced by children with special needs, many of whom live isolated childhoods and are at the receiving end of "the look". An Inclusive Attitudes survey conducted found while two-thirds of the public was willing to share spaces with children with special needs, they were not willing to interact with them. Seven in 10 Singaporeans are supportive of inclusive education, but only half are comfortable having their child seated next to a child with special needs in class. The animated short was thus created with a message that there is a need to work towards being more accommodating to those around us as our children mirror our actions. A lack of socialisation between children with and without special needs will continue to engender fear and breed a divided society. Ultimately, all children who can creatively work with those different from them will thrive in this increasingly complex world. Credits Commissioned by: Lien Foundation Directors: Huiwen Yang & Charis Anne Lim Style frames and Storyboard: Khoo Siew May Animation Lead: Marilyn Neo Animation and Cel Animation: Khoo Siew May George's Voice: Jun Le Lee Sound Design and Music Composition: Zendyll


  • Published: 2012-02-13T14:56:33+00:00
  • Duration: 130
  • By Hug Graphics

An animated info graphic that promotes and explains (a little bit) about CEDAW ... The Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination Against Women. Produced for Engender. Produced by Mediaco-op.

16. Teaching Children to Know and Love God by Knowing and Loving Theology

  • Published: 2013-06-17T21:34:58+00:00
  • Duration: 4045
  • By Truth78
Teaching Children to Know and Love God by Knowing and Loving Theology

Bruce Ware shared this seminar at the Children Desiring God 2013 National Conference. Christian parents naturally want to engender in their children a real, deep, and growing knowledge of and love for God. What many do not realize is that for this to happen, those children need to learn theology! Theology, really? Yes, since theology provides them with the rich truths about God that the Spirit of God can use not only to inform their minds, but also to inflame their hearts. You'll gain insight and practical knowledge about how to work with children so that they grow to know and love God, in part, by knowing and loving theology.

17. Super-Unit, dir. Teresa Czepiec, excerpt from the film

  • Published: 2014-10-10T11:59:21+00:00
  • Duration: 67
  • By Wajda Studio
Super-Unit, dir. Teresa Czepiec, excerpt from the film

Super-Unit (Superjednostka) screenplay and directed by: Teresa Czepiec DOP: Paweł Dyllus Editing: Jerzy Zawadzki Production: Wajda Studio, Poland 2013 Superjednostka (Polish for Superunit) is a huge block of flats designed as a "housing machine". Up to three thousand people can live on 15 floors of the building. The lifts only stop every three floors so the residents must go through a maze of corridors and stairs in order to get to their flats. The main characters of the documentary are people living in Superjednostka and going through important moments of their lives there. This is where their emotions throb, their expectations engender, and their desires come true... or not. 762 flat doors and 762 stories. We are opening only a fewof them.

18. The Story You Are Shaping

  • Published: 2016-02-12T04:29:04+00:00
  • Duration: 165
  • By HUMAN
The Story You Are Shaping

HUMAN was tasked by the United Nations to create a seven part short film series that will play at the UN Sustainable Development Summit in New York on September 24th. The films cast a vision for the future of humanity to this historic gathering of heads of state and world leaders who will be present, the largest gathering of world leaders in human history. These films will inspire shifts in policy and are intended to engender empathy for all of humanity from the highest levels to the citizen level. These films were written to world leaders as human beings and thus they are universal. The films are being released broadly to the world and used as a tool to let everyone know their rights as humans. Written and Directed by Jonathan Olinger Created by HUMAN In partnership with The Office of the Special Adviser on Post-2015 Development Planning UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs UN Department of Public Information Voice Phumzille Sitole Score Max Richter Ben Lukas Boysen Tim Fain Creative Direction Yaara Sumeruk Edit Ricky Norris Yaara Sumeruk Music Supervision by Jacob Marshall Sound Design and Mix by Ryan Pribyl Produced by Chelsea Franklin Juliana Schatz Hannah Roodman Special Thanks to Planetary Collective Yann Arthus-Bertrand and HUMAN the movie team UNICEF UNDP The United Nations Foundation Footage from the film Imizamo Yethu (People Have Gathered) and The Girl from Amsora provided courtesy of Cracked in the Head Films. Director Rory Bain, Producer James Elder, Cinematographer Corey Eisenstein. Cracked in the Head Films

19. Rosi Braidotti "Posthuman Feminism"

  • Published: 2016-02-29T20:23:20+00:00
  • Duration: 3658
  • By IRWGS
Rosi Braidotti

Professor Rosi Braidotti (Columbia University Visiting Professor, Distinguished University Professor at Utrecht University and founding Director of the Centre for the Humanities) Rosi Braidotti is an incredibly influential contemporary philosopher and feminist. She is largely heralded as pioneer of European Women's Studies. This lecture will address the so-called ‘post-human’ turn in contemporary feminist theory in the light of three main considerations: firstly the shifting perception and understanding of ‘the human’ in the Life sciences. Secondly the effects of globalization as a system that functions by instilling process of ‘timeless time’ and perverse, multiple time-lines. Thirdly, the impact of inhuman factors like wars and conflicts in contemporary governmentality and the new forms of discrimination they engender on a planetary scale. Last but not least, lecture examines the implications of this historical context for progressive, affirmative politics in general and gender and feminist issues in particular.

20. What Kind of Family Life Engenders Peace? (Osman Nuri Topbas)

  • Published: 2013-01-07T09:22:36+00:00
  • Duration: 876
  • By ilamtv
What Kind of Family Life Engenders Peace? (Osman Nuri Topbas)

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